Floral printed maxi petticoat


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A folk and country look for our PESARO printed maxi petticoat. 3 large ruffles structure its generous volume and a belt is tied at the waist. Adopt it at the end of winter with a knit and a pair of boots. It will instantly bring a ray of sunshine into your wardrobe!

  • Generous volume
  • Elasticated waistband with decorative tie
  • 3 flounces with gathers
  • Elasticated waistband
  • Fabric belt with belt loops at the waist
  • Exclusive print

100% viscose, this quality fabric is produced by our faithful Italian printer based in Como with whom we have built up a bond of trust season after season. Their designs become exclusive for Chemins Blancs when they are selected by our design studio.

The origin of this viscose is certified FSC, Forest Stewardship Council, a non-profit environmental label that aims to promote responsible forest management. For a cut down tree that, another one is replanted. We remind you that viscose is made of cellulose from wood pulp.

To take great care of this loose skirt, we advise you to wash it by hand, cold, and iron it on the reverse side at a low temperature, so that the quality of this garment lasts as long as possible!


Agathe measures 1.76m and wears a size 38

The elasticated waist of our printed petticoat adapts to your waist size and the flowing volume suits both small and full silhouettes.


Chemins Blancs is a women's ready-to-wear brand with French know-how. This petticoat is made in our own factories in Ukraine with a fabric originating from the European Union. Please note that in this spring/summer collection, 93,33% of our fabrics come from Europe (Italy and France).

How to match it
How to match it?
The PESARO maxi skirt can be worn at the beginning of spring with a sweater, or a black cardigan like our BE BUONO, but also in combination with the coordinated PALMIANO strapped top. For an even more folk look, combine it with the white PLATINO shirt with rolled up sleeves.
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100% Viscose

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